Table of contents for The Reich Chancellery and Fáeuhrerbunker complex : an illustrated history of the seat of the Nazi regime / Steven Lehrer.

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Contents
Acknowledgements	v
Introduction	1
	I. Wilhelmstra§e	3
	II. Hitler in the Chancellery	00
III. The New Reich Chancellevry	00
	IV. Bunkers and F¿hrerbunker	00
Appendix A. King Friedrich Wilhelm I Presents Wilhelmstra§e 77 to Graf von
 der Schulenburg	000
Appendix B. Reich Chancellors 1871-1945	000
Appendix C. Paul von Hindenburg	000
Appendix D. Interior Renovations to the Reichskanzlerpalais 1875-1878	000
Appendix E. Further Renovations to the Reichskanzlerpalais 1890-1925	000
Appendix F. Notable Gatherings in the Reichskanzlerpalais Before 1914	000
Appendix G. Hitler's Speech at the Topping-out Ceremony of the New Reich
 Chancellery in the Deutschlandhalle, Aug. 2, 1938	000
Appendix H. Hitler's Speech in the Berlin Sportpalast, January 9th, 1939, on the
 Occasion of the Completion of the New Reich Chancellery	000
Appendix I. Adolf Hitler Describes His Chancellery Renovations	000
Appendix J. Text of Hitler's Agreement to Occupy Czechoslovakia, Signed in
 the New Reich Chancellery	000
Appendix K. Heinrich Himmler's Heydrich Eulogy	000
Notes	000
References	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Reichskanzlei (Berlin, Germany : Building) -- History.
Berlin (Germany) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Public buildings -- Germany -- Berlin.
Architecture and state -- Germany -- Berlin.
Germany -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945.
Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945 -- Homes and haunts.